Dynamic Strategy Processes for Innovation. Ed Hess Professor and Batten Executive-in-Residence Michael Lenox Professor and Executive Director, Batten Institute. The Research Hourglass. What drives innovation and growth?. How does one create and manage a growth strategy?.
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Professor and Batten Executive-in-Residence
Professor and Executive Director, Batten Institute
What drives innovation and growth?
How does one create and manage a growth strategy?
Demise of Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Shorter Product Lifecycles
Secrecy and Surprise is Difficult
First Mover Advantage Temporary
Velocity of Change Is Increasing
Modernized for this high velocity hypercompetitive global business environment
Recognizing the dynamic, learning process that underlies growth and innovation
Venkat’s work on entrepreneurial ecosystems
Saras Sarasvathy’s work on effectuation
Jeanne Liedtka’s work on growth leaders
Michael Lenox’s work on open innovation and dynamic competitive models
Raul Chao’s work on innovation portfolios
Ed Hess’ work on growth systems and processes